Belsize Village, London, 19 November 2012:
Penrose Care has today been successfully registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC), England’s independent regulator of health and adult social care, to provide personal care via a domiciliary care service or “home care” as it is commonly known. The registration follows the CQC’s 07 November 2012 Site Visit & Fit Person Interview of Penrose Care’s premises and registered manager, respectively, and notice of decision of 13 November 2012. Penrose Care applied for registration as a new service provider on 23 Oct 2012.
“With the CQC providing us their notice of decision just three weeks after our registration application for a process which can take up to eight weeks, we are extraordinarily pleased with the speed at which the CQC registered Penrose Care as a new home care provider in England. We see this as a testament of the importance of our aims to raise the standards in England’s social care sector,” said Robert Stephenson-Padron, Penrose Care’s managing director. “With registration achieved, we look forward with excitement to the launch of our superior quality home care services in the first quarter of 2013.”
Home care providers may also be looked up from the following section of the UK Home Care Association’s (UKHCA) website.
9 McCrone Mews
London NW3 5BG (GB)